President Janice Celeste Addresses Escalating Fentanyl Crisis on Fox 5 News
In a Fox 5 News interview, anchors Maria Arcega-Dunn and Andrew Luria discussed the escalating fentanyl crisis in San Diego County. Fentanyl-related deaths tripled from 143 to 779 between 2019 and 2021. We aim to combat this crisis through education and policy changes. Janice highlights the urgency, citing 100 daily deaths in California alone which has increased to 117.
Celeste emphasized the dangers of illicit fentanyl, produced by cartels, leading to unintended overdoses. Proposing a ballot initiative for longer prison sentences, we aim to hold drug dealers accountable. The interview underscores the need for public awareness and vigilance in obtaining medications safely.
NBC 4 News Conference with Conan Nolan: Janice Celeste Calls for Stricter Penalties in California
In an NBC 4 News Conference, Janice Celeste, discussed the fentanyl crisis with Conan Nolan. Celeste, emphasized our organization’s role in providing education, advocacy, and policy changes for fentanyl-affected individuals. Addressing legislative concerns, she argued for stiffer penalties for drug dealers due to the alarming rise in fentanyl-related deaths, refuting comparisons to the War on Drugs.
Celeste expressed dissatisfaction with a failed bill and urged a multifaceted approach, including penalties and harm reduction. She disagreed with the state’s focus on harm reduction alone and shared plans to initiate a ballot measure in 2024, seeking public support for stricter penalties and emphasizing the need for funding.
Lolita Lopez of NBC 4 Takes On Fentanyl Crisis
NBC 4’s Lolita Lopez reported on frustrated advocates and parents addressing California’s fentanyl crisis independently, criticizing the perceived inaction at the state capitol. Matt Capelouto, who lost his daughter to fentanyl, passionately advocates for stronger laws against fentanyl distribution. State Senate Bill 44 (Alexander’s Law) aimed at stricter penalties for fentanyl-related crimes recently failed in a state senate committee.
Janice M. Celeste went over their plans regarding the ballot initiative which includes conducting a phone poll with 800 California voters. They sought opinions on fentanyl legislation, from education to harsher penalties. The organization hopes to gather 650,000 signatures for a ballot initiative during the upcoming presidential election.
Fentanyl Crisis Escalates on OAN TV
The interview on One America News discussed a disturbing case in San Francisco where a convicted sex offender, Joseph Adam Moore, advertises free drugs near a Catholic school. He distributes free fentanyl for new users outside a school. Janice M. Celeste expressed outrage, citing the need for police action and highlighting the fentanyl crisis affecting children. The conversation also touched on the importance of awareness and involvement to combat the issue.
NewsMax Exclusive with Janice Celeste and Jenny Taer Unveils Alarming Trends and Urgent Calls for Border Security
Janice M. Celeste, and Jenny Taer, a US investigative reporter from the Daily Caller, discussed the fentanyl crisis on NewsMax. Fentanyl is the leading killer of 18-45 year-olds in the US, surpassing COVID, accidents, suicide, and cancer. Janice emphasized the cartel’s use of Americans to smuggle drugs and the need for better border security, technology, and detection methods.
Only 10% of drugs are intercepted, with many entering through the mail. Jenny noted that despite increased fentanyl seizures, deaths persist nationwide. Janice warned of the introduction of xylazine, a dangerous drug mixed with fentanyl, posing a greater threat.
Experts Tackle Fentanyl Crisis: Decriminalization, Vending Machines, and Overdose Menace
Janice M. Celeste and internist of Custom Care Medical Dr Frank Contessa joined forces on NewsMax and shared their expertise on the fentanyl crisis. Celeste noted victims often unknowingly ingest fentanyl, mistaking it for prescription drugs. Cartels prioritize profit over quality, leading to inconsistent fentanyl levels in pills. Dr. Contessa emphasized fentanyl’s potency, making traditional drug decriminalization laws inadequate.
Concerns arose over Oregon’s drug decriminalization law, with fentanyl’s unique dangers highlighted. Janice supported Narcan vending machines to combat overdoses, and Dr. Contessa added the need for awareness, especially among children. Accountability for exposing children to fentanyl is crucial.
Wrapping up the Year
Throughout 2023, FentanylSolution.org, led by Janice M. Celeste, addressed the fentanyl crisis in impactful TV appearances. In a Fox 5 News interview, Celeste urgently highlighted the crisis, citing California’s daily death toll of 117 and proposed a ballot initiative for longer prison sentences, filed in Sacramento on September 4th, 2023. At an NBC 4 News Conference with Conan Nolan, she advocated for stiffer penalties and a multifaceted approach. NBC 4’s Lolita Lopez reported on frustrated advocates, emphasizing Celeste’s plan for a ballot initiative. On One America News, Celeste expressed outrage over a San Francisco case, emphasizing the crisis’s impact on children. NewsMax discussions covered the crisis’s severity, cartel involvement, border security, and the danger of mixed drugs. Celeste consistently stressed the need for awareness, accountability, and innovative solutions in combating fentanyl’s devastating effects.
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